Whilst I don’t much want to think about Christmas just yet, and the post is Wiltshire focused is does mention Swindon’s very own Steam Museum so giving it a re-blog to put it out there. And it has a lovely picture of a tiger at Longleat in the snow. So
Thursday 19th August 2013 Swindon Museum of Computing Well, yet another ‘at last’ this week. In this instance I finally managed to get beyond the threshold of Swindon’s Museum of Computing in Theatre Square. I’ve only been meaning to go in for about 5 years. Oh well, better later than never
Well, you learn something new every day don’t you? And it’s amazing what you can discover in the Twittersphere. Until some interactions on Twitter yesterday I had no idea of the existence of Swindon Travel Choices. Well, actually that’s not strictly true – I had seen persons on the bus
You know, Swindon is not a bad place to be if you want to get yourself off the sofa and get into the great outdoors. I’ve written at length here about the West Swindon sculpture walk and the walk along the old town railway path where the wheel sculptures are.
I’m in danger of getting evangelical on this topic but hey, I think it’s worth the risk. 🙂 Here in Swindon we are fortunate to have two amazing digital archive collections: the Swindon flckr collection and Swindon Viewpoint I first came across the Swindon flickr collection a couple of years ago
I’m not entirely sure I’m happy with the epithet ‘Surprising Swindon’ – it sounds rather as if it’s suggesting that something or someone is in the process of giving Swindon a surprise. But then if we change it to ‘Swindon Surprises’ then that leaves an impression of Swindon being about
As I mentioned in my ‘About/blurb about this blog’ page, I want to use my blog as a platform from which to expound on all the things I know about Swindon that I think are worth sharing. But that’s not all. I also want it to be a springboard to new